Plans and designs are being drawn up for the replacement St Peter’s House in Stromness.
Scotland’s three Island Councils have held talks in Orkney with UK Government Minister Andrew Dunlop at the second annual Islands Summit.
Residents and visitors can now discover the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site through the eyes of the people who live and work in the area.
Orkney voters are being reminded to make sure they are ready to take part in the EU Referendum tomorrow (23 June).
Orkney Islands Council is seeking to raise awareness among parents, grandparents and carers about the dangers to young children of incorrectly fitted or inappropriate child car seats.
June is fast becoming a month of art for Orkney as a series of exhibitions and artwork go on display later this week.
Orkney’s Integration Joint Board, Orkney Health and Care, is looking to get people in the community involved in planning and designing health and social care services.
Local young person, Allan Rosie, is on the road to success after securing employment with Kirkwall business, Bayview Garage.
‘Cancer at a cellular level’ is the theme to this year’s Fine Art Textiles degree show where a range of disciplines will go on display for the show’s opening this week.
Orkney’s first Steinway 'Model D' concert grand piano has arrived in Kirkwall ready for the 40th St Magnus International Festival.
Orkney Islands Council would like to thank everyone involved in the special event held at the Kirkwall Branch of the British Legion Scotland during the Battle of Jutland commemorations.
Relatives gathered last night (Sunday June 5) to remember the men who died when HMS Hampshire sank after hitting a German mine off Orkney a century ago.
Relatives of the men who died when HMS Hampshire sank off Orkney in 1916 will gather with local people on Sunday (June 5) to mark the moment when the ship went down.
Orkney’s hugely popular ‘Bounce Back to Netball’ sessions are being extended to the West Mainland.
A photography exhibition inspired by Orkney’s natural light opens today (2 June).
A temporary garden waste collection service is being made available in Kirkwall, aimed specifically at elderly or vulnerable residents of the town.
A Royal Navy destroyer and a Federal German Navy frigate will be open to the public in Orkney this weekend.